Designed for use with select Apple® devices Including 10.5"" iPad® Air, 10.5"" iPad Pro, 12.9"" iPad Pro, 9.7"" iPad, 9.7"" iPad Pro, iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad mini, iPad mini 2, 3, 4, 5, iPad with Retina display and iPhone® 5
LED indicator lets you know when your devices are receiving power
3-amp and 5 / 9V output To charge your battery quickly and efficiently
AC interface plugs into a wall outlet
Overload protection for safe, reliable charging
A retractable plug along with an ultra-compact size enables easy portability
As the saying goes, “meh”. They aren’t teeny and the price is kind of steep for an 18W charger (you call that power delivery?). 18W is pretty minimal and I got a few Aduro for I think $9 each a while back. USB PD gets interesting with 45 watts or more and I think Meh has had that.
Even better, if you look at the Amazon comparisons under the comparison link here, you can find a 2 pack of generic brand 20W chargers, with 2 ports each, for under $15 with an additional 10% off coupon.
And before you say ‘but Anker is a known good brand’, remember that this was one of the companies where Amazon de-listed a whole bunch of stuff because of their fake reviews.
I like Anker and have several of their items, but this is not a great deal with the demands of modern devices.
@chrisautrey@GLaDOS Correct. That said, even Aukey was not nearly as no-name as others. I think Aukey’s problem was they let random resellers unload their stuff on Amazon, and it was the sketchy resellers that got them as a brand in hot water, not necessarily the Aukey product quality.
I think Aukey also sells under several brands (Inno?) which didn’t help things since it was the resellers poisoning the well.
Yeah, you are right. The last article I saw used Anker as a reference in talking about Aukey specifically and I mis-read it when I went back and skimmed it for a refresher. Regardless, still a very pricy deal for what you get.